Thread: Fluid Film???
04-09-2008, 02:56 PM #1
Okay, so I've heard awesome things about this product and received my sample can. But for a novice like myself, I have a few questions for you "experts" out there.
1. When do you spray this stuff on?
2. What parts do you spray?
3. How thick of a coating?
4. What should you make sure NOT to spray?
04-09-2008, 04:08 PM #2
04-09-2008, 04:15 PM #3
Fluid Film is an awesome Corrosion preventive AND lubricant. It does BOTH with SUPERIORITY.
This thread likely belongs in the General Setion FYI....it will likely get moved. Maybe some other people will chime in and give you their opinion....I am somewhat biased since my company distributes to other resellers, but is quite superior to any other lubricant/preventive product i've ever used.
On the Ski:
Spray the product on engine, electrical connections, throttle body(exterior), reverse lever cam, cables (particularly pump it in throttle cable), ride plate/nozzle, and steering "bearing". You can also use it to detail your black plastic trim.....makes it as black as Mother's back to black. Use a piece of cardboard to protect the SC belt! (it will make the belt slip)
Other areas of exceptional performance:
Trailer: Springs, coupler, jack, light bulb connections, light plug, winch.
Home: Locks, tools, battery terminals, ski/snow board bindings, leather boots, bicycle chain/derailer/cables/shifter, guns, vehicle undercoating (particularly in regions where road salting takes place), fishing reels, knives, garage door rollers....on and on.
A light "glossy" coat is all that is needed and will not make a mess.
Fluid Film to my knowledge will only slightly swell NATURAL rubber.
Folks that have not tried it and would like a free sample, send a PM to "Dano50" with your shipping address, he will UPS a free sample to you - no strings. Your opinion on how you like it and where you used it is appreciated.
Send me a PM if you want to buy it for the best deal on the internet....several here are my customers/friends - maybe they will chime in. I don't post price due to search engines and please have at least 50 posts to show you contribute to this forum.
04-09-2008, 04:21 PM #4
That was quick.....
Only took you 7 minutes to respond to that one.
You must have a "Fluid Film" post alarm on your computer
Last edited by Beagleman62; 04-09-2008 at 04:31 PM.
04-09-2008, 05:05 PM #5
I have this siren and red rotator that go off.
Tell him how you like the stuff and where you've used it that had major wow factor.
04-09-2008, 05:07 PM #6
I've squirted it on everything but my wife and since it's biodegradable............ SHE'S NEXT
04-09-2008, 05:10 PM #7
04-09-2008, 06:24 PM #8
astroglide for your wife, it readily washes off with water, unlike Fluid Film which does not. I'm not joking.
FYI, FF is not quite biodegradable, but pretty close, alot closer than it's competitors.
04-09-2008, 10:10 PM #9
04-10-2008, 09:41 AM #10
I woke up in the middle of the night wondering "does this stuff attract dust if I use it to make black plastic shine?"
When I worked at a dealership we used a spray that made the plastic look great when the car left the lot, but after a couple of days the sprayed area had an abnormal amount of dust all over it.
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